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Suicide
hasbro, beware :: You can call me, 'Sir'

Removing the ladders from the board game Chutes and Ladders then attempting to play it alone leads to depression, weeping, and suicidal ideation…I’ve heard.

    TAGS:  depression, crying, games, suicide, ladders


Henry discovered that his LSAT study guide was thick enough to stand on while he flung the rope over the rafter in his den, however, when it came time to hang himself it was much harder to kick out from underneath him then he first anticipated.

    TAGS:  suicide, LSAT


Bronwyn thought it would symbolic to jump off the high building holding her LSAT study guide over her head and screaming, but she discovered, quite to her dismay, that it caught the wind just right and she floated down like Mary Poppins.

    TAGS:  Bronwyn, suicide, wind, dismay, LSAT, symbolic, Mary Poppins


life :: boot

At some point, the universe took pity on her and chance allowed her to continue on, blissful and grateful for the great escape and even greater opportunity she had been given.

    TAGS:  life, suicide, suicide, suicide, youth, mistakes, second chance


The only thing that keeps me from committing suicide are the Catholic horror stories I heard as a child, but I don’t believe the rest of their fairy tales.

    TAGS:  suicide, suicide, suicide, Catholic


Underage drinking, sexual assault, videos posted to the internet, suicide, lawsuits... and that's just one story.

    TAGS:  assault, suicide, suicide, suicide, stop the world I want to get off


Be Prepared :: 'mouse

Frank spent hours and hours contemplating the best method of suicide, figuring it was best to prepare for such an important event well before there was actual need.

    TAGS:  suicide, suicide, suicide, planning


 

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